Anurag Goswami

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Background -- Inspecting requirements and design artifacts to find faults saves rework effort significantly. While inspections are effective, their overall team performance rely on inspectors' ability to detect and report faults. Our previous research showed that individual inspectors have varying LSs (i.e., they vary in their ability to process information(More)
—Inspection is a widely known technique to detect faults in requirements document. It helps manager by early detection and removal of faults. Much of the cost can be saved by detecting faults during the inspections of early software artifacts as compared to testing in later stages of development. Our research utilizes a Learning Style – LS concept (coined(More)
— Inspection helps software managers by eliminating faults in early phases of Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC). Capture-recapture is a technique which provides an estimates of faults remaining in a software artifact. This helps managers to make a decision whether a re-inspection is required or not. At a higher level, software requirements document(More)
This paper highlights an important issue of the knowledge and skill deficiency of software testing among undergraduate students in software engineering discipline. The paper provides an approach for integrating software testing into computer programming course in a non-obtrusive manner. The paper describes the use of the Web Based Repository of Software(More)
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